All images via my Pinterest
All images via my Pinterest
This week I cannot decide if I want to be on the beach or dressing for cooler climates. So I thought why not lust over both. New season colours from Matteu, slinky slip dresses from an australian designer staple to denim reimagined in a bell sleeved a line dress. Who could go past those cropped leather pants from Sir the Label, all you need to add is some heels, a long sleeve from Bassike and that right there is your perfect winter go to outfit…when you aren’t dreaming about being on a beach somewhere warmer that is in that gorgeous day dress from Zimmermann and those to die for flats from Chloé.
All images via vogue.com.au
Welcome to the Lust List. Each week I will update the List with everything I have bookmarked, lusted over, saved and put in my virtual shopping carts just waiting to have them arrive in little parcels on my doorstep. The postman might just be my favourite human in the world.
Life is getting in the way of me being able to devour all the fashion that is happening at MBFW right now. So here is a small hit list of my favourite outfits. Resort 18 is making me very excited for things to come. It is also making me want to throw everything out in my wardrobe & start over.
All Images via vogue.com.au
Marina Afonina, designer of Albus Lumen makes me want to go into my wardrobe & discard of every item in there to make room for every piece from her beautiful label. The clean lines, the neutral colour palettes & timeless shapes all make the perfect capsule wardrobe. Every piece in this collection makes me wonder why I haven’t had them already hanging in my wardrobe before now. Albus Lumen is definitely a label you need to keep your eyes on. Or just come visit my wardrobe, I’ll be stocking up on as many pieces as I can.
Images via vogue.com.au
Dior since Maria Grazia Chiuri took the helm has firmly cemented itself as the fashion house in which I wait with baited breath to how she will mesmerise & bewilder next. The Resort 18 showcase in the hills of Calabasas, Los Angeles was no exception. The setting alone took my breath away but the clothes, I might not actually have words. So I’ll just let the images do all the talking.
I am somewhat feeling like Charlie and the Chocolate factory right now due to the overload of Resort 18 offerings. From Chanel to that incredible showing by Maria Grazia Chiuri in the Los Angeles hills for Dior, to the yet to be watched live stream of Louis Vuitton from Japan. No matter what the monolith steadfast fashion houses showcase though I am an Australian fashion lover to my core. Dion Lee did not disappoint on Day 1 nor did the style set that attended. The colour of the day, black, black and more black. Which just proves that black truely doesn’t ever go out of style because of its versatility and the never ending ways in which it can be worn as demonstrated below. There is some serious style lust happening for me over Kaitlyn as well as Brooke but that pant suit from Georgia….perfection.
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Georgia FowlerMargaret ZhangKaitlyn Ham
Images from vogue.com.au as well as the following instagram accounts : @tuchuzystore, @margaret_zhang, @brooketestoni, @talisa_sutton, @kaity_modern
Karl Lagerfeld, is he a man or a some sort of fashion sorcerer? Despite Karl being a fixture in the Paris fashion scene for over 50 years he never ceases to keep the fashion world guessing as to what his next collection will entail. Chanel Cruise 2018 is no exception. If the Greek gods of old were to descend to earth they will find themselves met with Chanel clad mortal Grecian goddesses with strapped golden high heels, ruched bikinis, transparent coats, jewelled armbands, soft jersey dresses accompanied by muted pastels and dreamy cream variances with an abundance of bouclé suits any girl or goddess could only dream to have hanging in her closer. I highly doubt those gods would want to return to the heavens once they lay eyes on Karl’s unique translation of Ancient Greece.
All images via vogue.com
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